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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Today's Teams: QPR vs Sheffield United

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Teams for The First Game of The Hart/Harford Era
QPR: Cerny, Ramage, Stewart, Leigertwood, Routledge, Agyemang, Gorkss, Watson, Williams, Simpson, Taarabt.
Subs: Taylor, Hall, Vine, Pellicori, Faurlin, Balanta, Parker

Sheffield United: Bunn, Montgomery, Morgan, Kilgallon, Harper, Cresswell, Ward, Stewart, Quinn, Kallio, Walker.
Subs: France, Evans, Reid, Bennett, Little, Geary, Camara.

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- QPR vs Sheffield United: Previews and Flashbacks: Their Last Meeting - Skysports "And as an early Christmas treat, Chris Kamara will be on your screens as he reports from QPR v Sheffield United."

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- Clubs' Tribute to Murdered Fans

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- World Cup: Complete Schedule

- Freak Footballing Injuries

The Extent of the Hart-Harford Relationship
- Vital QPR reporting on Harford's comments about QPR and Hart. "...Harford barely knows Hart personally. Their relationship has, to date, been conducted on the telephone or bumping into each at various football courses and meetings. But when Hart did call Harford about helping him out at QPR, Harford admitted he "jumped at the chance to come back to, what I call, a great club." Vital QPR

When Saturday Comes (WSC)/Gareth Burton - Hornets and Hoops hullabaloo 19 December 2009
~ With a reduced programme of Premier League fixtures today, the national media will be taking an increased interest in the Championship, which has just undergone its most tumultous week of the season so far. ....
"- Meanwhile the sack-happy owners of QPR have been busy again, with Jim Magilton finally parting company with the club following allegations of a headbutt aimed at Hungarian midfielder Akos Buzsaky after a 3-1 defeat at Watford on December 7. Magilton supposedly left by "mutual consent", though the decision appears about as mutual as Tiger Woods's inevitable split from Elin Nordegren. Paul Hart, lately dumped by Portsmouth, has brought in as Magilton's successor and incredibly becomes QPR's eighth manager since Bernie Ecclestone and Flavio Briatore took over in August 2007. Rangers host fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield United at Loftus Road.
- In the build-up to Rangers' match with Sheffield United, Hart has promised to "cause a bit of damage in the Championship". This may mean that he sees the club as serious promotion contenders, although it could also be a reference to the appointment of the notoriously combative Mick Harford as QPR's assistant manager. Gareth Burton When Saturday Comes

- Ex-Arsenal's Alan Smith in the Telegraph writing re Birmingham notes "...The constant upheaval at QPR proves clearly enough that wealthy benefactors with little football knowledge don't always behave in the right way." Telegraph

- The Conclusion of the (satirical/fictional) "The Magilton Diaries" - The Complete Diary

- Two Year Flashback: QPR's Chief Scout Resigns

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